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sleepover room!...i would flip out if i had this as a kid. i probably still would.

Could convert an attic space to this, and of course the over abundance of pillows is required :)

Totally grown-up and calming bedroom | Photo by Inspace Locations

In a coastal vacation home, the childrens bunkroom is decorated with a tropical color palette of sunshine yellow, cobalt, lime and tangerine. Each bunk has its own storage basket at the head of the bed and a larger storage basket below. (Photo: Designer: Phillip Sides)

love the idea of giving a room more floor space and I like that each bed has it's on reading light, which makes each spot feel special. Fun for siblings to share a space...add some type of sliding drapes to give each spot more privacy and mystery.

Sleepover room. I would love to have a basement or seperate room just chock full of beds :)

i have this idea that i will have a four bedroom house: 1 bedroom for me and the hubby, 1 for the girls, 1 for the boys, and 1 for homework/reading (basement for playing!) so things like this will help me accomplish all the kids in one room if i end up having a lot:)

Another bunk room (this one by Christina Murphy)

The hot pink and white with natural materials immediately reminds me of a fun and cheerful beach house. Great lampshades!